Artist Reception: Friday, May 5th. 6-9 PM Gallery Reception: Friday, May 12th 6-9pm
On view May 5th - 22nd
Eleanor Steinadler: "Abandoned Construction, Truro MA #22" Archival digital print
For immediate release:
"With my camera, I paint passages of abstract compositions that nature and humans inevitably create.” -Eleanor Steinadler
Eleanor Steinadler has been photographing various Construction sites in the past few years. What began as a temporary fascination, has developed into a true constructive engagement. Each site of construction had to be seen completely anew: thus, the NYC site has muscular strong saturated colors. The Truro site is bathed in a thinner, subtle, translucent atmosphere of Cape Cod – the partially reflected light of the nearby ocean. The Cambridge MA site rides on the contrast of ‘wet’ greens of the vegetation against the striking raw sienna of construction sand. The series continues with the harsher urban shots of South Boston, with its construction equipment taking a day off, idling in strange frozen poses.
Artist Bio (short) Eleanor Steinadler has been a professional artist since the 1960's, after having received her Graduate Degree equivalence from the Hochschüle für Bildende Künste, Berlin, Germany. Her work has been in solo and group exhibitions in numerous cities as: Copenhagen,Amsterdam, Bern,Basel, Barcelona,Toronto, Boston and Boston area, MA, and New York City. Her Exhibitions have been reviewed in numerous magazines, as: Boston Globe and Christian Science Monitor, Boston, MA, Modern Painters, NY/London, and major newspapers in Toronto, Canada; Bern and Basel, Switzerland; Amsterdam and Leeuwarden, Holland; Copenhagen, Denmark; and Barcelona, Spain.
In the 1990's, Steinadler's work switched predominantly to photography.
Recent solo shows are: “About Construction”, Galatea Fine Art Gallery, Boston, MA in October 2015. Reviewed in The Boston Globe, 10/21/15 (Cate McQuaid).
“Of Moody Beach: Impressions in B&W and Color”, Galatea Fine Art Gallery, Boston, MA in February 2013;
“Cape Cod in Winter”, Boston Public Library, Roxbury, MA in January 2012;
“In Color”, Galatea Fine Art Gallery, Boston, MA in May 2010;
Her photographs have most recently been exhibited in these selected group shows:
Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA;; Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA; Provincetown Museum, Provincetown, MA; Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY And many more.
Eleanor Steinadler is residing in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Eleanor Steinadler: "Abandoned Construction, Truro MA #3" Archival digital print
Projects on display :
Canvas prints of fashion super models from the 90s by Rafael Fuchs.
These are 4 of the prints on canvas that were printed in Zurich in Dec. 2016 for a private collection. They were photographed in the early 90’s and the original artwork was created in a make-shift dark-room that Rafael built in his apartment back then, in the East Village in NYC.
Recently the images were scanned in hi resolution and then printed on canvas. The images include super-models as Christy Turlington, Yasmeen Ghauri, Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista and Helena Christensen, amongst others. These 4 canvas prints are available at the gallery. They are 26X40” and in an edition of 5 with 2 AP
Volume I (2005-2011)
A book by Rafael Fuchs
“Bushwick Forever_Volume 1” has a selection of about 180 images that Rafael captured in Bushwick during the years 2005-2011, and it’s the first book of a larger series of books that will continue to explore and present images taken till the very current present.
The images are compiled in a special artist's edition of just 100 books, coffee table style.
"Looking at the choices of images I ended up selecting for this first book of the series is interesting since, alas the over-all quiet and melancholic view (you might say) of fractions of the neighborhood and its people you can sense the pivotal reflections and references to some of the events and individuals that are a part of the vivacious life style of Bushwick, a neighborhood that has been gaining an important global influence on art, culture and social issues in the past decade. Some photographs might resonate different reactions from different viewers, and I, deliberately, preferred to leave the images in the book pure, without any captions or titles. I have many stories to tell verbally, but I’d rather have the meaning of the images reside in the viewer.” -Rafael Fuchs
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